Teaching Studies of Society and Environment in the Primary School ebook
by Ruth Reynolds
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Teaching Studies of Society and Environment is written specifically for students studying to become primary HSIE/SOSE teachers. This book will give students an overview of the theory behind why they do what they do and then a selection of examples of how to do it. Following proven methods for educating teachers in training, this book covers cross-curricular and literacy approaches that are in line with current focuses in Australian schools.
SOSE stands for Studies of Society and Environment, the label originating from the national mapping activity of 1991 which mapped what was being . This book should provide guidance for many years for all teachers in the area. What is History? History is the study of the past.
SOSE stands for Studies of Society and Environment, the label originating from the national mapping activity of 1991 which mapped what was being taught in areas of study in Environmental Education and Studies of Society across Australia. Across the world this area of study has been referred to as social studies, studies of society or citizenship education.
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780195562774. Release Date:October 2008.
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However, in the primary school area of the curriculum, examples of active citizenship, and especially active citizenship in a global world, are not easily found. A key aspect of teaching students in the twenty-first century is preparing them for an increasingly global community, global economy and global workplace. Intercultural competence is essential for such a future. In an era of international multimedia exposure and a global economy, there is no question that global education (GE) must be part of the school curriculum. Effective delivery of GE is reliant on adequate teacher preparation.
The only textbook addressing all of the key documents of the Australian Curriculum - Humanities and Social Sciences
The only textbook addressing all of the key documents of the Australian Curriculum - Humanities and Social Sciences. Cross-curriculum priorities are clearly addressed throughout (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island histories and culture, Australia's engagement with Asia and Sustainability). Maintains the perfect balance of theory and practice. Rich pedagogy including activities, reflective thinking exercises, discussion starters and practical tasks from practicing teachers across Australia. Written specifically for primary education (covering foundations to middle years)
The book also explains how to adapt good teaching practices to suit different age groups from primary through to the middle years of schooling, and why teaching subjects such as Aboriginal studies, civics and values equip children with the knowledge they need to engage with the world in which they live.
Teaching Humanities and . .has been added to your Cart. Ruth Reynolds is Associate Professor of the School of Education at University of Newcastle.
Science at primary school. Exciting and practical. The content of science teaching and learning is set out in the 2014 National Curriculum for primary schools in England. Along with English and maths, science remains one of the main core subjects in primary school. It can be one of the most exciting and practical subjects and, as a result, is a real joy for teachers and pupils. A positive primary science experience is also key to encouraging future generations to not only study this at secondary school, but also potentially to follow it as a career. The science curriculum in primary schools in England. Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).